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Student Financial Aid Coordinator III 06010000 - EM-SFA ADMINISTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Financial Aid Coordinator III position is in the Office for Student Financial Affairs (SFA) which is part of the Division of Enrollment Management. This position is responsible for the supervision of four full-time staff members. The state programs area is responsible for the overall coordination and implementation of policies and procedures related to the awarding of state program to all undergraduate and select populations of graduate students. The candidate selected for this position must possess a good working knowledge of regulations and policies governing federal, state, and institutional aid programs and processes in addition to having excellent communication, customer service, organizational, and leadership skills.
Federal Work Study - Desk Assistant (Newell Hall) 04050000 - SA-DEAN OF STUDENTS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Student Assistants work at the front desks of Newell Hall where they greet and assist visitors and maintain an atmosphere in the building which facilitates student success.
Student Financial Aid Coordinator III 06010000 - EM-SFA ADMINISTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This Student Financial Aid Coordinator III position is in the College of Pharmacy (COP) satellite office of the Office of Student Financial Affairs. The position has a primary responsibility for administering financial aid to the College of Pharmacy students. The position also works closely with the Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs, the COP Awards and Scholarship Committee, the Financial Office, and Advancement Team and is responsible for providing information on a monthly basis to the Deans Office on the status of scholarship and loan funds available to award. The person in this position must possess the ability to process complex mathematical calculations, strong attention to detail, good communication and customer service skills as well as knowledge and experience of federal, state and institutional regulations governing the financial aid process. Also serves as a liaison for the students to the offices of the University Bursar and the University Registrar. The position will report to the Assistant Director in the office for Student Financial Affairs.
Custodial Worker I 07200000 - HO-YULEE AREA Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Housing and Residence Education is searching for a Custodial Worker I .This position is responsible to the Custodial Supervisor within the assigned area for the proper and timely completion of assigned cleaning tasks. The employee assists in achieving and maintaining the highest level of sanitation, cleanliness and appearance of all residence halls apartments and suites. The employee is responsible for notifying management of areas that are in need of repairs and relies on experience and judgement to ensure completion of job duties. The employee must be physically able to perform the required cleaning tasks, which include moving of 45 pounds or more, climbing stairs, operating mechanical and electrically powered cleaning equipment, and other types of physical exertion necessary for task completion. The employee in this position is required to wear a uniform and an identification badge furnished by the University of Florida Department of Housing & Residence Education. Some overtime and weekend work is required during peak periods to maintain the sanitary living conditions within the residence halls and apartment style facilities.
FL Museum of Natural History -Museum Educator 56030300 - NH-EDUCATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Florida Museum of Natural History is recruiting for a Museum Educator who will be responsible for assisting in the development, implementation, and evaluation of Public Programs, including a wide variety of programs for diverse audiences, lectures, demonstrations, birthday parties, and camps. This position will ensure programs are innovative, effective, scientifically accurate, entrepreneurial, and directly support the Museum’s mission.
Student Financial Aid Coordinator III 06010000 - EM-SFA ADMINISTRATION Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This Student Financial Aid Coordinator III position is in the College of Veterinary Medicine satellite office of the Office for Student Financial Affairs. The position has a primary responsibility for administering financial aid to the College of Veterinary Medicine students. This position works closely with the Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs, the CVM Awards and Scholarship Committee, the Financial Office, and Advancement Team and is responsible for providing information on a monthly basis to the Deans Office on the status of scholarship and loan funds available to award. The person in this position must possess the ability to process complex mathematical calculations, strong attention to detail, good communication and customer service skills with the knowledge and experience of federal, state and institutional regulations governing the financial aid process. Also serves as a liaison for the students to the offices of the University Bursar and the University Registrar. The position will report to the Assistant Director within the office for Student Financial Affairs.
Clinical Coder II - Dermatology 29350000 - MD-DERMATOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The charge entry specialist works under minimal supervision, and is responsible for receiving, reviewing and posting all office charges to patient accounts, ensuring charge information provided is correct and accurate, applying coding/billing rules; maximizing collections; verifying insurance; reviewing patient account detail, entering charges in a timely manner in a high volume setting; accountable for resolution of front end edits, rejections and information requests to achieve UFP goals. Knowledge of proper modifiers to use when entering CPT codes.
Dental Assistant I 34080103 - DN-ORAL SURGERY RESIDENT Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Dental Assistant I assists faculty and residents with day-to-day patient care. The position is responsible for assisting with operatory setup and chair side assisting. The Dental Assistant I routes patients to appropriate areas and gives written and verbal care instructions. This position also stocks clinical area supplies.
Administrative Specialist II - Pediatric Pulmonary 29092000 - MD-PEDS-PULMONARY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Division of Pediatric Pulmonary at the University of Florida is part of the Shands Children’s Hospital in Gainesville, FL, caring for patients with a wide range of symptoms and performing procedures including broncoscopy, sweats, cardiopulmonary exercise tes/MVO2, bronchoprovacation, methacholine challenge and many others. Pediatrics Pulmonary Division has a dedicated sleep medicine clinic, cystic fibrosis clinic and center, severe asthma clinic, neuromuscular disorder and orphan disease clinic, and outreach clinics in Tallahassee, FL and Ocala, FL.
OPS Agricultural Assistant 60790000 - AG-TREC-HOMESTEAD Dade
This position is in Homestead, Florida. The incumbent will demonstrate abilities to operate equipment associated with all other farming/cultural practices including but not limited to heavy equipment operation, and light duty tractors/mowers. The person must have a good work ethic and have the ability to work without constant supervision. The incumbent will assist in some pesticide applications in the fruits, vegetables and ornamental field research programs. Maintain pesticide spray records, pesticide inventory and ability to maintain such records on the computer
Courier 29080100 - MD-PATHOLOGY-GENERAL Jacksonville Campus
The Department of Pathology at the University of Florida is seeking applicants to fill the position of Courier. This person will provide pick-up and delivery service for the Department of Pathology and various other departments as directed by the manager. they will also be responsible for maintaining appropriate logs and records as required by the department. Candidate will be assigned to routes in the Jacksonville, Fl area and may be required to make occasional trips to Gainesville, FL.
Federal Work Study - Greenhouse Maintenance (Wilmot Gardens) 29012700 - MD-WILMOT GARDENS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The UF Wilmot Gardens is hiring a part-time student to help with maintenance at the Greenhouse. The scope of work will also include occasional assistance with special events as needed. This position is open only to those with a Federal Work-Study award for the Spring 2019 semester. Some plant care will be involved, but no horticultural experience is required.
Federal Work Study - Receptionist (Wilmot Gardens) 29012700 - MD-WILMOT GARDENS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Greenhouse at Wilmot Gardens, College of Medicine is looking for a receptionist for the greenhouse facility to greet and assist visitors to Wilmot Gardens.
Data Management Analyst III 29240105 - MD-HOBI-BIOMED INFORMATICS Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Health Outcomes and Biomedical Informatics (HOBI) was awarded a grant from the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to run a state-wide Clinical Research Data Network (CDRN) dubbed OneFlorida. The Biomedical Informatics Program (BMI), hosted within HOBI and closely affiliated with the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI), is responsible for building out the software, infrastructure, and data management processes required to run the network. The Integrated Data Repository (IDR) is a large-scale database that collects and organizes information from across UF Health’s clinical and research enterprises that is supported by the CTSI and UF Health and is working closely with BMI in support of the network. This position will serve as a Data Analyst in the IDR responsible for 1) extracting, transforming, and loading UF Health data into the CDRN, and 2) setting up, maintaining, and extending the Informatics for Integrating Biology & the Bedside (i2b2) to facilitate cohort discovery for OneFlorida investigators.
MGR, Accounting 16400100 - LS-PSYCHOLOGY-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Psychology is seeking an Accounting Manager. The Department of Psychology has 26 tenure track faculty, 11 non-tenure track, 38 affiliate/courtesy faculty, 8 active faculty emeritus, 5 post-docs, 9 support staff, 103 active graduate students with 96 currently employed, and 24 OPS employees. The position of the Accounting Manager carries with it a high degree of financial responsibility. This position advises the Department Chair about financial decisions concerning the entire Department of Psychology. Responsible for budget related activities and participates in the development of annual budget and expenditures of the Department of Psychology. The Accounting Manager is responsible for understanding and ensuring unit compliance with federal, state, university and sponsoring agency regulations, policies, and procedures.
Accountant I - UF Health Cancer Center 29300000 - MD-CANCER CENTER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The UF Health Cancer Center stands alone in the state in our unique ability to blend comprehensive patient care and innovative research in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary environment. Our membership consists of more than 230 researchers, clinicians, and educators throughout UF and UF Health, all dedicated to providing the residents of Florida with leading-edge cancer care and conducting original research for the prevention, early diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Under the direction of the Finance Manager, this position serves as an Accountant I. The incumbent will prepares financial reports and/or supporting work papers for the UF Health Cancer Center core office as well as prepare, review, audit, and adjust accounting entries. They will also conduct special cost and/or budgetary studies, analyze findings, and prepare proposals concerning accounting improvements. Throughout, they will monitor department accounts for specific projects or C&G for compliance with applicable regulations. The UFHCC has been serving Floridians for over 20 years and we invite you to join our talented team!
Admin Specialist II - Quality Assurance 60451000 - AG-FAMILY NUTRITION PROGRAM Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Family Nutrition Program (FNP) Quality Assurance and Compliance Specialist is responsible for statewide site reviews of county-based SNAP-Education programs to ensure programming is adhering to national guidance, state contract, and FNP policies and procedures. This position will conduct site and desk reviews; report on findings; create corrective action plans; and compile best practices throughout the state.
Biological Scientist II 28060000 - VM-COMP, DIAG & POP MEDICINE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
A highly motivated individual is sought to conduct research and assist in establishing a new parasitology laboratory. Initially, a large portion of the position will be dedicated to organizing the lab, including purchasing, generating inventory logs, and fulfilling biological/chemical safety requirements. Thereafter, the individual will be responsible for general lab management but will spend the majority of their time on research duties. Research will focus on host-parasite immune interactions and in vivo imaging of veterinary parasites – particularly those with zoonotic potential – and will involve a combination of animal studies and in vitro work. Some diagnostic and teaching duties are also expected.
Biological Scientist IV - Neuroscience 29020100 - MD-NEUROSCIENCE-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
Department of Neuroscience is seeking a Master Biological Scientist. Will be responsible for independently directing and implementing the design, testing, and execution of new laboratory protocols. The qualified candidate will be functioning within a research program investigating fundamental biological processes critical to neuronal function that converge with endoplasmic reticulum (ER) proteins. Our currently supported projects focus on the impact of the Unfolded Protein Response on neurodegenerative processes in Alzheimer’s and related proteinopathies in Dr. Jose Abisambra’s lab. The selected candidate will be able to work independently and perform experimental protocols, analyze results, prepare figures, and draft written products (including manuscripts, grants, and abstracts for conferences and symposia, among others). General laboratory maintenance: including ordering, routine record keeping, supervising compliance with hazardous waste and biological safety requirements. The candidate will also manage collaborative efforts and train the lab’s staff to assist in these tasks.
Administrative Support AST II 60950000 - AG-PLANT SCIENCE RESEARCH / ED Marion
This is a key administrative position at the Plant Science Research and Education Unit (PSREU) who is focused on the overall Office Administration, including reception and record keeping; Incumbent will have a major focus on a wide variety of financial transactions (Pcard, Invoices, etc.) to assist with high volume at this IFAS Unit. The employee will be the primary person handling property and space requirements at this site. Finally, the individual will maintain numerous equipment and vehicle aspects (e.g., Sun Pass, Vehicle logs).

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